Jam Walker

Jam Walker is a games and entertainment journalist from Melbourne, Australia. They hold a bachelor's degree in game design from RMIT but probably should have gotten a journalism one instead. You can find them talking entirely too much about wrestling on Twitter @Jamwa

Jam's Latest Articles

Freeplay Parallels 2023 visual identity key art

Freeplay: Parallels 2023 – Everything we learned

Freeplay Parallels 2023 was a showcase of weird, wonderful, and insufferable (their words not ours) Australian games.

Freeplay Parallels 2023 MIGW

Freeplay’s mission to build a sustainable games festival – Interview

Freeplay co-directors Louie Roots and Mads Mackenzie tell us about their plans for the future of the beloved organisation.

Game Dev Story
Career Advice

10 Key Games Industry Jobs, and Advice from Experts Who Work Them

Thinking about a job in the games industry? Read some expert advice from people working in specific roles.

The Witcher: Old World board game review

The Witcher: Old World - Board Game Review

The Witcher: Old World board game weaves a charm and a spell, adapting the source material in a mostly elegant…

Killer Frequency game review

Killer Frequency Review - Holding The Line

You're radio DJ trying to save lives in a game that deftly balances tense thrills and campiness for a unique…

Killbug by Samurai Punk

How Samurai Punk’s lo-fi shooter KILLBUG buzzed into being

Born from creative restlessness, frantic first-person shooter KILLBUG continues Samurai Punk's penchant for never settling on just one idea.

Dungeons and Dragons The Yawning Portal Board Game

Dungeons and Dragons: The Yawning Portal board game review

Create food and water in Dungeons and Dragons: The Yawning Portal. Just don't expect it to be a particularly taxing…

Warhammer 40,000 Darktide game review

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide Review – Grendyl’s Last Chancers

Despite ever-present technical issues during its launch period, Warhammer 40,000: Darktide exhilarates with its meaty, satisfying combat.

Fallout The Roleplaying Game Starter Kit

Fallout The Roleplaying Game Starter Set Review

The abridged version of the pen-and-paper Fallout Roleplaying Game is an approachable and welcoming wander through the Commonwealth.

Colossal Cave Reimagined by Roberta Williams

Roberta and Ken Williams are preserving adventure game history

We spoke to the legendary Sierra On-Line founders about their first video game in over 20 years, Colossal Cave Reimagined.

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